Hough neighborhood. Photography by Ruddy Roye for Cleveland Public Library’s 20/20 Photography Exhibition.
St. Clair & Superior. Photography by Ruddy Roye for Cleveland Public Library’s 20/20 Photography Exhibition.
Edgewater Park. Photography by Ruddy Roye for Cleveland Public Library’s 20/20 Photography Exhibition.
For this program, we grouped Cleveland neighborhoods into primary regions—West, Southeast, and Northeast. Explore the regions below to browse poetry, memoirs, and essays from participating resident writers.
Cleveland Public Library
325 Superior Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114
Literary Cleveland is a nonprofit organization and creative writing center that empowers people to explore other voices and discover their own. Through an expanding roster of multi-level classes, workshops and events, Literary Cleveland assists writers and readers at all stages of development, promotes new and existing literature of the highest quality, and advances Northeast Ohio as a vital center of diverse voices and visions.
Founded in 1869, Cleveland Public Library serves the residents of Cleveland through its network of 27 neighborhood branches, the Main Library downtown, Public Administration Library at City Hall, homebound delivery services, and mobile services to daycare and senior centers. From a collection of 10.5 million items, the Library lends over 5 million items a year to its 330,000 registered borrowers and to 43 other CLEVNET-member libraries in 12 counties across Northeast Ohio. Cleveland Public Library is home to the Ohio Center for the Book and the Ohio Library for the Blind and Physically Disabled, serving all 88 counties in the state of Ohio. For more information, visit cpl.org.